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Hamburg: Reeperbahn, Port, & Fish Market Morning Tour

Activity provider: Lucky Time

Hamburg: Reeperbahn, Port, & Fish Market Morning Tour

Activity provider: Lucky Time

From US$ 33.58 per person

Discover Hamburg at sunrise on this tour from the Reeperbahn to the fish market. Get your day off to an energetic start with a ride on the harbor ferry complete with coffee and typical Hamburg specialties.

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Duration 3 hours
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Live tour guide
German

Experience

Highlights
  • Enjoy Hamburg in the morning
  • Experience the Reeperbahn as it dies down and the fish market as it perks up
  • Visit the old Elb Tunnel
  • Stroll through the fish market and begin your day with a typical Hamburg specialty and live music
  • Choose between a private or shared tour
Full description

Experience Hamburg at sunrise on this exciting tour to the fish market. See the Elb Tunnel, ride on the harbor ferry, and explore this unique part of the port city.

Start at the Reeperbahn as that area dies down from the night, cross over to the colorful Spielbudenplatz, and walk past Davidwache, a spot featured in various TV shows and movies. Proceed to the port and into the depths of the 100-year-old Elb Tunnel. Take a ride on the harbor ferry towards Finkenwerder, enjoying the fresh harbor air as you learn interesting facts about the Hamburg Harbor. Afterwards, walk along Großen Elbstraße, a street lined with gourmet restaurants as well as wholesale fish retailers. Stop at Schellfischposten, where the popular TV show “Inas Nacht” is filmed. Finally, wander the world-famous fish market. As your guide tells you interesting and entertaining stories about the Altona Fish Market, stroll through the alleyways and admire the fresh fish and other delicacies. Enjoy a coffee and typical Hamburg specialties with live music in the Fish Auction Hall, and get your Sunday off to a fun and relaxing start.

Includes
  • Walking tour to Reeperbahn, port and fish market
  • Expert guide
  • Access to Elb Tunnel
  • Harbor ferry ride
  • Coffee and Hanseatic baked goods
  • Transfers
  • Personal expenses
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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Meeting point

Meet at the St. Pauli metro station, exit Millerntorplatz/Reeperbahn, near the phone booth. You'll recognize the guides by their white bags.

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Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.6 /5

based on 132 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
    4.7/5
  • Transportation
    4.6/5
  • Value for money
    4.4/5
  • Safety
    4.7/5

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If I were to book this tour again, I would definitely do it again with the city guide Melanie. She was great. She knew an answer to all questions, was not at a loss for a saying, but above all thought about the right places and pointed out discretion, respect and sensitivity (on the Reeperbahn). All in all very successful!!! Getting up early is worth it!!!

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July 5, 2022

Our family (4 people) really enjoyed the guided tour with Melanie. According to the guide, the tour could only be adapted due to the corona. The information on the individual stages was very helpful and informative. The individual stations that we headed to from 5 a.m. were the Reeperbahn including the Kiez bakery, the old Elbe tunnel, landing bridges, a short port trip and, at the end, the fish market. The coffee and the Franzbrötchen at the beginning of the tour were worth their weight in gold.

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October 17, 2021

A very interesting tour with lots of information about the neighborhood

Our tour guide did a really good job. It was worth it to get up so early (at 3 am). I'd recommend this tour to anyone who wants to learn a bit about St. Pauli and how it was in the past, and who'd like to get to know the Fish market at 8 am.

April 22, 2012

Product ID: 18763